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Old 09-20-2004, 10:05 PM   #11
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wow..is that normal or did you have a few maintenance issues?
i had issues, most of them gone, only thing i need right now is new motor mounts.
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http://www.gtechpro.com/accuracy.html
This, of course, is dependent on proper calibration, and not necessarily their out-of-the-box cal, either as many of us have learned.

Looking at my old data, my uncalibrated runs ran from 5.7 to 7.5 seconds 0-60. All three runs I made after re-calibrating came in at 7.3, and the car has 'quickened up' a bit since then, so I'd say probably somewhere between 7.0 and 7.2 now.
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Yeah I'd be really curious to see your results...how accurate is the g-tec on the 0-60? Is there a given window of error?
+/- 5 seconds
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I tried using Wills scantool a few weeks back to get my 0-60. Not very accurate but it gave me numbers to play with.
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I can't see how a 95 with the typical bolt-on'* should be anywhere'* over 7 seconds at all (meaning pulley, CAI, plugs, wires, t-stat). Mine feels quicker than my first Automatic 95 SHO, and that was good for a 7.0-7.5 stock.
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I can't see how a 95 with the typical bolt-on'* should be anywhere'* over 7 seconds at all (meaning pulley, CAI, plugs, wires, t-stat). Mine feels quicker than my first Automatic 95 SHO, and that was good for a 7.0-7.5 stock.
It torques more then the SHO at low RPMs, but then the SHO comes back.....
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